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Jun 25, 6:28pm - #208065 
HyperMotive endlinks

I just ordered some HyperMotive endliks for my Celica. If any one read my other post on the other site they will know the trouble I am having with my new endlinks that came with the Tein SSP. I had recently got the final OK on the coilovers and the mechanic couldn't believe those were the new endlinks other than looking nice and new. I will try salvage the Tein endlinks when I get some tools on Monday. If not, they are getting shipped back to Tein. If any one here has the HyperMotive endlinks please reply if you like them or had any problems other than them wearing out in a year or two, which isn't really a problem for me. If you have Tein coilovers some feed back on your sway bar links would be great.

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Jun 25, 6:50pm - #208066 
i got them and i love them SOOO easy to take on and off only thing is theres no greese in them so if you turn the wheel to far it will kinda crunch so dont worry thats normal

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Jun 25, 7:04pm - #208067 
My Tein endlinks are knocking over bumps and the handling has deteriorated some. Kind of a slight twitchy, floaty, loose feeling. I don't believe the HyperMotive would need grease because they have a Teflon coating. I also don't mind some noise if it doesn't effect the handling. I'm glad you approve and I can't wait to put the new end links on.

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Jul 3, 9:50am - #208068 
I received my new front endlinks. The only problem is they are too long for the Tein settup I have. I need to cut about 3/4" to 1 1/4" off the center shaft to make them fit and still be adjustable. Once I get them on I'm sure my car will be tighter and more precise by a bit.

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Jul 3, 9:51am - #208069 
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